Applied Behavior Analysis
What is Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)?
Applied Behavior Analysis is a science dedicated to the understanding and improvement of socially significant behavior.
ABA uses positive reinforcement in a way that can be measured in order to help bring about meaningful behavior change. ABA focuses on positive reinforcement strategies. It can help children who are having difficulty learning or acquiring new skills.
How does it work?
All Applied Behavior Analysis procedures are evidence-based, meaning there is significant research showing the method’s effectiveness.
Services are administered by staff who are trained to use ABA in order to increase socially significant behaviors. An individualized approach is used for each case. Data collection,
replacement behaviors, and caregiver education are all used to improve outcomes. A Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) oversees all cases.
Who can benefit from ABA?
Applied Behavior Analysis is great for autism and many other diagnoses and behavioral concerns. Here are a few examples of diagnoses and behaviors we can help with:
- Anxiety Disorders
- Asperger Syndrome
- Learning disabilities
- Down syndrome
- Social skills
- Communication skills
- Adaptive functioning skills
- Participation skills
- Leisure skills
- Emotional skills
- Sensory Sensitivities
Join our ABA Team
Mount Rogers has many exciting opportunities in Applied Behavior Analysis. If you are already a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or Registered Behavior Technician (RBT), check out our career opportunities. On our Careers site, BCBA positions are listed as Behavior Therapy Specialist. RBT positions are listed as Licensed Behavior Analyst.
Our ABA Team is expanding, and we need talented people like you!